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Clinical Obstetrical Ultrasound
John Wiley and Sons Ltd, August 1999, Pages: 416
Clinical Obstetrical Ultrasound provides a timely, accurate, and user-friendly text and multimedia instructional package for a broadaudience of specialists, family medicine physicians, and technologists. The components of this project are a 250-page book and a companionCD-ROM. The book discusses in detail the clinical application of obstetrical ultrasound and the CD-ROM contains numerous illustrations,videos (with narration), and printable tables and graphs derived from the book. The book contains dedicated chapters on antepartum fetalsurveillance, altered fetal growth, gestational dating, bleeding in early pregnancy, and multiple gestation as well as detailed treatment of the roleof ultrasonography in detecting anomalies in the fetal head and neck, lungs, heart, central nervous system, abdomen and skeleton. The CD-ROM wascreated by the author using Macromedia Director and runs under Windows 95; it includes (1) a picture gallery of ultrasonic images (withnarration); (2) approximately 30 AVI ultrasound movies totaling ca. 40 minutes in video time (with narration); and (3) a set of tables and graphsderived from the book that can be printed for reference or clinical use. The CD-ROM is coupled with the book and is not be sold separately. It doesnot contain the text of the book, only "value added" materials (e.g., videos).
Bleeding in Early Pregnancy.
The Placenta, Membranes, and Uterus.
Central Nervous System.
Face and Neck.
Intracardiac and Great Vessel Doppler Velocity Flow Studies.
Evaluation of the Pulmonary System.
Fetal Abdomen and Umbilical Cord.
Fetal Gastrointestinal Tract.
Fetal Extremities and Skeletal System.
Altered Fetal Growth.
Antepartum Fetal Surveillance.
The Role of Ultrasound in Screening for Chromosomal Abnormalities.
William J. Ott Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology, Saint Louis Univ. Medical School and Perinatal Biology Laboratory, Saint John's Mercy Medical Center, St. Louis, Missouri.